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Petromanas announces closing of sale of Albanian assets to Shell

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Petromanas Energy Inc. is pleased to announce closing of the previously announced sale of substantially all of the assets of Petromanas Albania GmbH, Petromanas’ wholly-owned subsidiary, to Shell Upstream Albania B.V. a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal Dutch Shell plc, for US$45 million.

As previously announced, Petromanas intends to make a special distribution to shareholders as a return of capital. The Distribution will be funded primarily from the net proceeds of the Transaction but will also include approximately US$3 million of working capital. Petromanas anticipates that an aggregate of up to US$43 million will be available for distribution to shareholders which, subject to currency exchange fluctuations, would result in a distribution to Petromanas shareholders of approximately CAD$0.08 to CAD$0.085 per share based on current exchange rates. The Company expects to confirm the final amount of the Distribution in late April and announce the record date for the Distribution in May following determination of post-closing adjustments under the sale and purchase agreement relating to the Transaction.

 

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